Staff

Elisheva Chamblin, PT

Mark F. Schwall, PT

Rudolph Vidi, PT

Services

Advanced Care for:

 Acute & chronic tendonitis

 Adhesive capsulitis

 Ankle sprains

 Arthritis and joint pain

  Auto accidents

  Back & Neck

  Carpal tunnel syndrome

 de Quervain’s disease

 Difficulty walking/balance

 Headaches & TMJ

  Hip pain

  Knee, elbow pain

 Lat. & medial epicondylitis

  Leg pain/sciatica

Lymphedema

Morton’s neuroma

Patellofemoral pain

Plantar fasciitis

Postsurgical rehabilitation

Postural syndromes

Rotator cuff tendonitis/bursitis

Shoulder pain

Spinal dysfunction

Sports injuries

Workers’ compensation

Woman’s health Vertigo/BPPV

Bicycle Ergometer

Electrical Stimulation

Joint replacement rehab

Lymphedema massage

McKenzie spinal program

Neuromuscular Re-education

Paraffin/Iontophoresis

Skilled joint mobilization

Soft-tissue mobilization

State of the Art Cold Laser

SportsArt Treadmill

SportsArt UBE

Sports Rehabilitation

Therapeutic Exercise

Ultrasound

Compassionate Care with Proven Results:

Two convenient locations:

Manahawkin

1322 Route 72 W., Suite 1

Manahawkin, NJ 08050

(609) 489-0230

fax: (609) 489-0232

Toms River

1594 Route 9, Unit 2

Toms River, NJ 08755

(732) 557-9319

fax: (732) 557-9519

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About Future Physical Therapy, PC

 

Founding Partners Elisheva Chamblin, PT and Mark F. Schwall, PT and their Associate Rudolph Vidi, PT with more than half a century of combined outpatient rehabilitation experience are excited to welcome you to their practice, Future Physical Therapy, PC located in Manahawkin and Toms River, NJ.

As experienced physical therapy practitioners we have indentified a need in our community for a physical therapy practice focused on evidence based direct patient care, excellent outcomes, and outstanding service. 

In recent years we have seen patient care subordinated to corporate management practices which are solely driven by the bottom line concern for maximizing revenue production for the benefit of Wall Street Investors and public shareholders.  There has developed a rehabilitation model based on a concept that physical therapy services can be provided in a mass production environment.  Unfortunately our experiences with this system convinces us that this results in doing a disservice to our patients, ourselves, the referrers and third party payers by not providing the direct, skilled and professional care that we know best serves the patient.

It is our strong belief and research supports our belief that continuity of care between therapist and patient is integral to cost effective and successful rehabilitation.  The practice of using multiple interchangeable therapists and non-professional care extenders (aides) very clearly adversely affects the therapeutic relationship between patient and therapist and limits outcomes.

Elisheva, Mark and Rudy have dedicated themselves to providing services employing their full range of skills and clinical judgment in a direct care environment that best assures rapid recovery and optimal outcomes.